Wild Blueberries Sweepstakes: Win $1000, a Kitchen Aid, a Vitamix, and More!


There is an amazing Wild Blueberries Sweepstakes up and all you need to do is like their Facebook page and provide your email address to enter, that’s it! Plus, there are prizes for all…

Wild Blueberries Grand Prize

Joy to the Wild Blueberries Contest - Grand Prize

A delicious Wild Blueberry Gift Basket filled with goodies and $1000 in cash

Wild Blueberries Weekly Prizes

Joy to the Wild Blueberries Contest - Weekly Prizes

Each week (3 in total) of the contest a winner will be selected at random to win one of the following:

  1. KitchenAid Mixer
  2. Vitamix Blender
  3. Le Creuset Bakeware set

Wild Blueberries Gift to All

Joy to the Wild Blueberries Recipe Book

Everyone Wins The Wild Wonderland Recipe eBook – Just for entering!

This includes 7 awesome recipes using Wild Blueberries, including two by me, which are naturally dairy-free (with vegan options):

  • Wild Blueberry Gingerbread
  • Wild Blueberry Nog

And three by my friend Hannah, which are naturally dairy-free and vegan:

  • Savory Wild Blueberry Sage Jam
  • Savory Wild Blueberry Sage Crostini
  • Wild Blueberry Chai Hot Chocolate

How to Enter

Contest Entry Dates: November 4 to November 22, 2013

Enter Here: http://bit.ly/1iB143L

About Wild Bluberries

To create these recipes, I bought frozen wild blueberries frozen at Trader Joe’s, but they are available at most stores. Don’t underestimate the frozen variety, which is just as nutritious as fresh, and can retain its superpowers until you are ready to enjoy. Plus frozen wild blueberries are available year round! Beyond amazing gingerbread, I adore them in smoothies and muffins.

Unlike their larger cousins, wild blueberries are the little, but sweetly potent, varieties that have grown naturally in the fields and barrens of Maine and Eastern Canada (like Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia) for 10,000 years. They are never planted or harvested commercially, which is what keeps them “wild.”

As I eluded to, bigger isn’t always better. Unlike cultivated blueberries, the wild variety has a more intense flavor and color, yields more berries per pound, contains less water so they freeze better and work SO much better in baking, have a higher concentration of disease-fighting phytochemicals, and are a leader in antioxidants.

To learn more about wild blueberries, visit: www.wildblueberryhealthblog.com

Again, you can Enter the Sweepstakes here: http://bit.ly/1iB143L

About Author

Alisa is the founder of GoDairyFree.org, Food Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living, and the new cookbook, Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.


  1. I once had the opportunity to bake & cook with wild Maine blueberries…they’re the best! The recipes in this booklet look delicious. I can’t wait to try them 🙂

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